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Talking God - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

In chapter three, Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn, a veteran of the Navajo Tribal Police, receives a phone call from an old friend. Gallup FBI agent Jay Kennedy asks Leaphorn to assist in investigating a body found in the desert near train tracks.

The biggest mystery is how the body came to be beside the train tracks. Kennedy wants Leaphorn to search the surrounding desert for tracks or other signs. At the crime scene, Leaphorn finds the neatly arranged body of a white man wearing a dark gray suit, white shirt, tie and pointy shoes. His clothes are high quality but worn, as if they are decades old. The victim is about sixty years old and has no teeth or dentures in his mouth. The deputy found no identification on the body, but did find a cryptic note with references to Agnes Tsosie and the Yeibichai ceremony...

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